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The Clark County Historical Society & Museum are dedicated to the collection, preservation, and interpretation of the cultural history of Clark County and the Pacific Northwest, and to sponsoring educational programs and exhibits for the enrichment...more
I didn't know about this place at all until I stumbled upon it. It is an old library building on Main Street that has since been turned into the Clark County Historical Museum. It is interesting but very small. Exhibits only on on floor. They...More
There were a number of exhibits during our First Thursday art walk visit. I loved the architecture of the building as well as info on the local area. The native American bead work was beautiful and very decorative and ornate. Be sure to check out...More
What an interesting walk! Learn some history and legends of local businesses that are said to be haunted. Hidden House, Kiggens the theater and the I-5 bridge are just a few.
I think it is only offered in October, but worth the $10.
Very friendly, helpful and informed staff on Vancouver's history. We went on their ghost walk this last year and learned a lot about Vancouver and had a blast!More
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Katie A, Manager at Clark County Historical Museum, responded to this reviewResponded March 31, 2015
We're so glad you enjoyed your visit and the Haunted Tour! If you like us on Facebook you can keep track of all the great programs we have coming up! April is our Members Month with several special events just for Members: a...More
I've lived in Vancouver, WA for 20 years and I finally visited for the first time. First Friday of the month is an art walk in downtown Vancouver. Lots of places are open and showing different types of art and photography. The museum is open...More
The museum changes its exhibit frequently, but always focuses on the region and its place in the “bigger picture.” Recent exhibit included one on women’s undergarments; another is of Native American basketry. It did one on the history of the Interstate 5 bridge that connects...More